Improving the efficiency of a solar flat plate collector involves enhancing its ability to absorb solar radiation and convert it into usable heat energy while minimizing heat losses. Here are some strategies to improve the efficiency: 1-Use Selective Coatings: Apply selective coatings on the absorber plate. These coatings are designed to absorb a high percentage […]
Essential Parts of a Split Solar Water Heater SystemA standard split solar water heater system includes these main components:1. Solar Thermal Collectors (Evacuated Tube or Flat Plate)2. A Circulation Pump3. A System Controller4. One or More Hot Water Storage Tanks5. A Backup Energy Source How It Works1. The solar collector captures sunlight and harnesses its […]
While selling the flat plate solar collectors, I always meet clients who ask questions like: how much electricity can your collector generate? Your collector looks the same as PV, what’s the difference? Is your product an anti-dumping product? etc. I found that most retail clients don’t know how to distinguish between two products, and don’t know how to choose the right one for their home.
After investigation, we found that the main quality problem of flat plate solar collectors is leakage, and it was usually found at the welded joints between the header and riser.
In order to avoid the leaking of the absorber, SolAqua will do the leakage testing twice during the process. Because of the strictly quality control system, we have the confidence to provide the clients with 10 years of warranty on our solar collectors.